Drunk Driving Case: Obama's Uncle Pleads; Not Deported

By:  R. Cort Kirkwood
03/29/2012
       
Drunk Driving Case: Obama's Uncle Pleads; Not Deported

President Barack Obama’s drunken uncle, Onyango Obama, has admitted to drunk driving, but apparently the Kenyan illegal will not be deported any time soon, despite his evading a deportation order for 21 years.

 

President Barack Obama’s drunken uncle, Onyango Obama, has admitted to drunk driving, but apparently the Kenyan illegal will not be deported any time soon, despite his evading a deportation order for 21 years.

Onyango Obama is the second of the President’s ubiquitous African kinsmen to have entered the country illegally and gotten away with it.
 
The one good thing in the story about the President’s hard-drinking uncle is that he didn’t kill anyone, unlike many illegal aliens, as the The New American has amply documented.
 
"Sufficient Evidence"
Onyango Obama, the President’s father’s half-brother, admitted in Framingham (Mass.) Circuit Court that prosecutors had “sufficient evidence” to convict him. But such an admission is not a guilty plea. It merely means the defendant knows he won’t win the case if he attempts to fight the charges in front of judge, jury, or both.
 
Despite the elder Obama’s disregard for American immigration law and run-ins with the cops, the judge was lenient.  According to the Associated Press, the “ judge continued the case for one year without a finding, meaning that if he does not get arrested during that time, the charge will be dismissed. A judge also ordered him to attend a driver alcohol education program.”

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Photo of Onyango Obama: AP Images

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